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I love me some Prince, but I'm still sick of hearing that damn song so much in 1999.
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Wargaming / Re: You May Pencil Me In As Intrigued...
« Last post by Arctic Blast on Today at 01:00:31 AM »
My interest is muted a bit by the whole 'From the designer of Axis & Allies!' part.
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Enigmas of the Mystical / Re: The Dull Men's Club
« Last post by GDS_Starfury on Yesterday at 11:25:30 PM »
well, now we know who knows their ghostbusters quotes.
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Organizations and Equipment / Re: Tanks!
« Last post by GDS_Starfury on Yesterday at 11:17:45 PM »
consider that the Mig-25 isnt just flat out crushed by an M1.....
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Current Events / Re: The Great, White Winter of 2017
« Last post by Windigo on Yesterday at 10:02:54 PM »
Thanks Slash! :bd:

... I'm still whipped though....
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Religion, Politics, and Flame Wars / Re: Russian/Trump Campaign Collusion
« Last post by Windigo on Yesterday at 09:56:29 PM »
My initial read of that was, "one shitting".    <:-)
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Religion, Politics, and Flame Wars / Re: First Year of Republican Control
« Last post by Windigo on Yesterday at 09:55:01 PM »
Our vassal state to the north hates Trump?! How dare they!!!

Canada's diaper truly likes Trump???
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Books & Reading / Re: What are we reading?
« Last post by BC on Yesterday at 09:38:45 PM »
I didn't like the book, but the movie was decent enough. I saw it in IMAX back in the day; it was the first movie theater (or one of the first) to show a movie in IMAX in the country, and my best friend's dad had made the lens for the camera, so they had a bunch of free passes for the premier and brought me along. Hunt For Red October was that first movie.

Red Army is pretty good...I might re-read that one. I remember it being a bit of a slog in places, though.

Harold Coyle's series of books are pretty good too, but there's only so many major wars a character can go through before you start wondering why the world isn't an ashen, crispy ruin by the ninth one. I did like Sword Point, though; that one sticks out in my mind for some reason, though it's been 30 or so years since I read it last. The Ten Thousand was the last book of his I read; I think it was a good idea but the entire scenario was implausible to me.
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Enigmas of the Mystical / Re: The Dull Men's Club
« Last post by BC on Yesterday at 09:24:32 PM »
I've been working on my collection of spores, mold and fungus.

I thought you'd be listening to your Tito Puente albums until two in the morning instead.
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Enigmas of the Mystical / Re: The Dull Men's Club
« Last post by Sir Slash on Yesterday at 08:53:27 PM »
I had a Flea Circus. But it went to the dogs.   :2funny:
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